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Caroline McCaul – SCUBA Diving

scuba divers is a thrilling underwater sport that allows divers to stay underwater for hours at a time, and explore the underwater world.

Caroline McCaul

Caroline McCaul

It’s a safe hobby that is fairly easy to learn. The word “scuba” is an acronym that stands for self- contained underwater breathing apparatus. Scuba divers use containers of compressed air to breath. There are many well-known scuba diving destinations around the world where divers can discover the beauty of marine life, or explore the mysteries of an old shipwreck. Most people are able to learn how to scuba dive in just a few days, and it’s a sport that doesn’t have many restrictions. Children as young as eight years old can learn to dive, and the only restrictions for older people are determined by their general health.

While there are professional scuba divers, the majority of do it recreationally, with the sole purpose of having some fun. There are different types of certification that are required, such as Open Water certification that certifies a diver to swim in depths of up to 130 feet. People dive in just about any place where there is water, but the most popular places for recreational divers include tropical coral reefs.

Caroline McCaul is a recent high school graduate from Austin, Texas. She received Open Water certification when she was a freshman in high school. She has traveled to Mexico, the Cayman Islands, Aruba, St. Martin and Turks and Caicos, among many other popular scuba diving destinations.

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Posted by on August 26, 2015 in National Charity League, National Honor Society



Caroline McCaul – Community Service Work

People who perform volunteer work in their communities are doing more than providing support where it is needed. They are demonstrating a commitment to helping others, and forging the kinds of connections that bring people together in ways that strengthen the places where they live, and the nation as a whole.

Caroline McCaul

Caroline McCaul

America has a long and proud tradition of volunteerism, and Caroline McCaul is a part of that tradition. She is a recent high school graduate from Austin, Texas, who has been accepted to the College of Communications at the University of Texas, where she plans on studying advertising. She has devoted many hours of her time to serving others.

She comes from a tradition of service to others. “It was a very important part of my parents life,” she recalls, “my dad serving in the Congress and my mother who serves on various Boards…my parents and my grandparents have taught me to faithfully serve others and that is one of my highest priorities.” Her father is Congressman Michael Thomas McCaul (R-TX) representing the 10th Congressional District of Texas. Her mother, Linda Lowry Mays McCaul, serves on the Board of the M.D. Anderson Cancer Institution, the Texas Public Policy Foundation, and others.

For her commitment to community service, Caroline McCaul received the President’s Volunteer Service Award from President Barack Obama, two years in a row. The award recognizes and honors those Americans who engage in volunteer service, and through their example inspire others. She is also a member of the National Charity League.

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Posted by on August 18, 2015 in National Honor Society